Sculpture of a woman

by Karl_Williams, published

Sculpture of a woman by Karl_Williams Jul 5, 2012

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A cemetery sculpture rendered by 123D Catch. Cleaned up with netfabb studio and meshmixer. A blog post about the process I used is here: http://www.kwartzlab.ca/2012/07/3d-printable-models-photos-using-autodesk-123d-catch/


Download and print. Use netfabb studio basic to resize the model if you wish.

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Would you mind also uploading the 123D Catch ".3dp" file? If I'm reading Autodesk's documentation right, others can access the photoscene through that file alone. Also, I'd love to take a look at your photos directly - could you upload a .zip file with them? I'm getting such inconsistent results with my outdoor Catch photoscenes, I want to see what you did right. Thanks.

I spent hours and hours grabbing statues at the Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn -- stone like the one you chose work really really well in 123D Catch. If you share more explicitly about how you use Netfabb Basic + Meshmixer to fix the head of your model, I'd love to repost that at MakeBot's blog!